Kourtney And Khloe Take The Hamptons Recap: Scott Disick Revisits His Childhood

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Kourtney and Khloe Take The Hamptons recap

By Michael Lewittes


“Kourtney And Khloe Take The Hamptons” this Sunday centered around Scott Disick wanting to return to L.A., while Kourtney Kardashian had hoped he would share with her the Hamptons of his childhood. Disick wants to head back West because he says, since his parents’ deaths, he doesn’t feel “any connection” to the Hamptons, plus he can make money in L.A. doing appearances. At one point, however, the couple drives through the neighborhood where he grew up so Kourtney could “get some insight into who Scott is.”

But Disick’s memories didn’t seem fond as they rode around and he pointed out where he had his first kiss with some “little whore” or the home of a guy he remembered as an “a**hole.” They passed a house he once lived in, and Kourtney thought they should knock on the door, but Disick wasn’t interested and felt it was just “weird.” He tells the camera, “Kourt’s putting pressure on me to think about my childhood. I feel pretty bad about it, and there’s a lot of guilt. I’m having a very hard time. I’m just trying to get used to the fact that I lost my parents. I don’t really want to deal with much more than I have to at this point.” And the more Kourtney asks Disick about what he’s going to do with his parents’ place and whether they could go over there and clean the house out, the more annoyed he becomes.

Throughout the episode, Disick is simply seeking to find peace, on his own time and terms. Helping that partially is a visit from Rich Wilkerson, the pastor who married Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. Disick truly enjoys spending time with and talking to the pastor and his wife about “life and faith.” He and Kourtney even go into the city one day to hear the pastor preach in a church. Disick later tells Khloe he didn’t feel uncomfortable because, like him, there were a “lot of Jews at the church.” Kourtney feels, “If I can fill Scott’s time with positive things and positive people, I might be able to help Scott keep the momentum going.”

The pastor tells Kourtney privately that she needs to tell Disick that when he return to L.A. he needs to set “boundaries,” and that means not hanging out with his old crowd. When she relays that in her own way, Disick maturely says it’s not the others with whom Kourtney needs to be concerned, but rather that he needs to “direct my life in the right direction.”

Before Disick is set to go back to L.A., he, Kourtney, Khloe and her friend Malika head to Fire Island, another part of Long Island where his grandmother used to have a home and where he would spend summers. Shortly after the group got off a ferry that took them to Fire Island, a local calls them “trash.” Undeterred, they head to his grandmother’s old place and the woman living there now graciously greets them and shows them around the house Disick fondly remembered. Also, a next door neighbor who knew Disick’s grandmother and great-grandmother came over and told him all about his family’s history on Fire Island. By the end of the episode, Disick is rethinking his return to L.A., saying, “I could put it off… I don’t want to miss any of these memories.”

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